Cornish Hens for Thanksgiving


 

Mike Freel

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Since it was going to be just the two of us we decided to have something a little different. Cornish Hens fit the niche and filled our stomachs. Two hours at 230-250 with pecan wood did the trick
 

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Kelly C

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Looks fantastic! I have never cooked Cornish game hens before but plan on it pretty soon after seeing yours.
 

Brad Olson

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Very nice, Mike! Were they the 22 oz. Tyson hens that seem to be in every supermarket?

Which Iowa winery provided the grape juice in the middle photo?;)
 

 

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